Wednesday, July 15, 2009

The Toy Fairy

The dog toy fairy came to our house today. We hit the jackpot. They went shopping to someplace called "Ross Stores" which usually sells people clothing, but they had a shipment of very cheap and good dog toys. Everyone got a new toy, and there was even toys left over. Clyde has destroyed many of our toys, so we needed a new supply. The problem is that Clyde was there when they were handed out, so I have asked them to schedule another re-supply run for tomorrow. Below, Clyde has a brand new hoard of toys to chew.

Below, I have to play with a stupid fake tire with a blinking electric light in it.
Bella has a toy but she will get tired of it soon and steal everyone elses' toys.
Below, Clyde is gloating over the toy he stole from me.
Several days ago the tennis ball fairy stopped by and left us a big bag of tennis balls. The tennis ball fairy had heard that Clyde was staying with us. Clyde is delightful, but he is hard on toys and balls. Rusty Muffin is very camera shy, plus she does not like toys very much. She likes squirrels, she took a look at her new toy and went outside to hunt squirrels.

Mogley G. Retriever.


  1. Wow, toy day! Your house is so cool!

    love & wags,

  2. Wow you are so lucky! Mom thinks about buying us toys but then remembers we already have a ton of them (including some she has bought and never given to us yet). You guys look like you're having a blast! Hopefully they will last awhile!

    Riley and River (and Rowdy who has been adopted but is still here, and Callie, our cousin who is visiting while her mom is out of town)

  3. Such neat new toys you all got Mogley! Wow!!! We are jealous, although we must say that we get a new toy at least every other week and have a whole roomful of them:) Still, a Golden can never have too many toys...

    Wags and woofs,
    Benson and Gibson

  4. What a great load of toys. We'd ask Jan to go on a toy run but she'd get lost.

  5. Hey Mogley,
    If Clyde finds atoy too tough for him to detroy we'd be happy to send Sophie the MASTER TOY DESTROYER over to give him some pointers. She even got the squeaker out of a CUZ. Ony the Kongs seem to be tough enough for her. Stuffies are doomed from first sight. Tennis balls are peeled like oranges. Ropes are eaten and, hopefully, digested and scatter around the paddock. It's all in a days work for Sophie. The find at the Ross store was lucky. we've never looked in there for dog toys.
    - TBH&K